The district receives power from five local natural gas-fired plants that are owned through four JPAs
. The natural gas-fired plants comprise approximately 31.1% of the district's capacity and account for a significant share (approximately 50%) of the district's power supply, with annual fluctuations driven by water and market conditions.
Access to information is managed via the centralized, web-based site, JPAS
. There is no equivalent SAAR form for accessing classified information.
They may do so as single agencies, or join with other local agencies to form a multi-agency GSA through a joint powers agreement (JPA
) or memorandum of agreement (MOA).
(124) See Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS
) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), DEF.
In addition, HP will migrate the existing JPAS
data into the JVS format, utilising database extraction, transformation and load processes.
While all of these efforts helped the WSP face the challenges of implementing multiple changes, the agency viewed two systems as essential to driving the integration of POPS, Quality, and outcome-based performance measurement-its job performance appraisal system (JPA
) and Strategic Advancement Forum (SAF).
Much of the capacity is secured through participation in two joint power agencies (JPAs
) - the Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA) and IPA.
See Van Horne "Africology: A Theory of Forces" (JPAS
, Volume 7, Number 3, September 2014, 3-47), 4, accessed May 17, 2017, http://www.jpanafrican.org/docs/vol7no3/7.3-3-Van%20Horne.pdf.
In the notice I said "should anyone ask about the cited half-life of JPAS
, don't be flustered", because a higher or lower cited half-life does not imply any particular value for a journal.